• Indian economy
      Breaks in Indian Macroeconomic Data,” Economic and Political Weekly 38:41 (October 11 2003): 4312‐15.  1    substantial economic deregulation favoring the private sector became possible. This was also a  time  when  industrial  policies  aggressively  began  to  favor  export  promotion...
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  • Essays
    various economies of world. Till 1991 Indian government was following strict policy in regard to import and foreign investment in regard to licensing of imports, tariff, restrictions etc. but after new policy government adopted policy of globalisation by taking following measures: (i) Import...
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  • Analyse Transition of Indian Economy
    Independence to 1991 Indian economic policy after independence was influenced by the colonial experience (which was seen by Indian leaders as exploitative in nature) and by those leaders' exposure to Fabian socialism. Policy tended towards protectionism, with a strong emphasis on import...
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  • Critical Analysis of New Indian Economic Policy
    above growth performance in industrial sector is not as satisfactory as expected by policy makers. The Economic Survey of 1993-94vis very much concerned with slow growth of industrial sector. Under the LPG regime Indian industries have to compete the race of global competition at the level of...
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  • A Critical Analysis of Fdi in India
    and acquisitions by MNCs in popular imagination, has acquired renewed significance after the reforms initiated by the Centre for Civil Society -2- Indian Government in 1991. Contrary to the grand narrative ‘opening of flood-gates idea’ of 1991, what took place was a gradual process of changes...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment in India: a Critical Analysis
    significance after the reforms initiated by the Indian Government in 1991. Contrary to the grand narrative ‘opening of flood-gates idea’ of 1991, what took place was a gradual process of changes in policies on investment in certain sub-sections of the Indian economy. As a result of controversy...
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  • Assignment for Ms3-Economic and Social Environment
    utilized all the tools it had with it, such as Industrial Policy, Licensing Policy, MRTP, FERA, nationalization etc. However all these measure have failed in checking the size of big industrial houses. After the new Economic Policy of 1991 the private sector got full opportunity of growth and...
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  • Paf Infrastructure
    bulk of new inflow has come in the energy and service sector. The New Industrial Policy, 1991 A number of significant economic changes introduced by many a number of countries all the world over, the encouraging results of the liberalization measures introduced in 1980s by the Government of India...
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  • srgDFh
    ? Ans. They have to develop new ways. 4. What do you mean by Globalisation? Ans. When the various economies of the world integrate, it is known as Globalisation. 5. Which policy of Indian Government has moved India towards globalisation? Ans. The Industrial Policy of 1991. 6...
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  • Abhilekh
    sector. The restrictions ensured that FDI averaged only around $200M annually between 1985 and 1991; a large percentage of the capital flows consisted of foreign aid, commercial borrowing and deposits of non-resident Indians.[6] India's exports were stagnant for the first 15 years after independence...
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  • Indian Economy
    concerns for the Indian financial sector in the light of the global financial crisis. [6] (2010) Foreign Capital; Foreign Trade 1. W rite short notes on: a. Role played by the external sector on 'India's economic development. [7] (2010) 2. Discuss Foreign Direct Investment in India after 1991...
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  • Globalisation and Its Impact
    Indian Government Announced a separate Industrial Policy for Small, Tiny and Village Industries on 6th August, 1991 and started some development programmes for the development of Small scale Sector. The main objective of the present study is to analyze the impact of globalization on the growth of small...
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  • Sarab
    produced (ii) private sector was not allowed in many industries (iii) some goods could be produced only in small scale industries and (iv) controls on price fixation and distribution of selected industrial products. The reform policies introduced in and after 1991 removed many of these restrictions...
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  • Impact of Global Economic Dynamics on Growth of Indian Industry
    globalisation in its various dimensions on the Indian industrial sector. I shall then flag a few issues which have assumed increasing significance in the context of the changing industrial environment. Finally, I shall sum up the foregoing discussion and present a few suggestions for policy action...
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  • Industrialize or Perish
    been three major industrial policies in the Indian Industrial context. The first was Industrial Policy Resolution of 1948. This resolution soon after the independence focused on accepting the role of both private and public sector units in the country, role of small and cottage industries and also...
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  • Industrialproduction and Credit Policy
    . Industrial growth has been stressed from independence; but the real growth was triggered by the policy formed under the congress government in 1991, after that the output has increased substantially. But the increase was not steady for the rest of the years and the production level came down at a...
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  • Essay
    Sardar often used to stay at the Birla House in New Delhi and used Birla’s goodwill on matters ranging from industrial policy to negotiating with multilateral financial organizations.5 The state and the business class in India reached a compromise in the early years after independence. The Indian...
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  • Retail Management
    through FIPB( foreign Investment Promotion Board) route, Non Resident Indians(NRI) investments and acquisition of shares. The government of India has set up a joint committee comprising representatives from RBI and department of industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) to review the FDI procedure...
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  • Globalization.
    of Globalization on India’s Economic Growth” The wave of globalization appeared on India’s shores only in 1991, much after China’s and some other Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Moreover the intensity of opening country’s borders is much higher in other...
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  • Random
    private participation Luthra & Luthra Law Offices 3 Phases of Indian Economy 1991-2000 • Liberalization and Globalization of Indian Economy – Increased emphasis on private sector participation – Limited extent of FDI participation – Gradual improvement in the enabling environment Luthra...
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